psychiatry

UCLA Health therapist Christie Nelson was compelled to aid war refugees

By Sandy Cohen • April 7, 2022

'The things that make them vulnerable are where they stand socially and where they stand developmentally,' says UCLA Health's Dr. Carl Fleisher

By Sandy Cohen • March 15, 2022

Read to learn how the pandemic has impacted gambling

By Chayil Champion • December 28, 2021

Committing to just a few minutes a day can improve physical and mental health

By Sandy Cohen • December 27, 2021

'These are people who are struggling with urges to buy and shop despite harmful consequences,' says UCLA Health's Dr. Timothy Fong

By uclahealth • November 2, 2021

‘People may see their behavior as excessive or disproportionate, but they still have a hard time controlling it,’ says Emanuel Maidenberg, a clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA Health

By uclahealth • October 19, 2021

We must recognize the unique cultural forces that impact eating disorder treatment in communities of color, UCLA experts say

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • September 10, 2021

The program was created to care for post-9/11 veterans

By Sandy Cohen • September 7, 2021

'It’s very heartbreaking for the soldiers,' says UCLA Health psychiatrist Bruce Kagan who leads an outpatient PTSD clinic for the Veterans Administration

By Sandy Cohen • August 24, 2021

Postpartum depression is up 30% since start of pandemic, says clinic co-founder Dr. Misty Richards

By uclahealth • July 20, 2021